NBU Issues Two More Licenses to Non-Banking Financial Institutions
One can do business in national currency without opening accounts, the second can do business in the foreign currency market
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The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has issued licenses to two non-banking financial institutions – FK Liberti Finans Ltd and Obminochka Ltd, the NBU’s press service has reported, according to Ukrinform.
“On August 6, 2019, the National Bank of Ukraine decided to issue licenses to two non-banking financial institutions. In particular, a license was issued to FK Liberti Finans, Ltd. to transfer funds in national currency without opening accounts. A license was issued to Obminochka, Ltd. to conduct foreign currency transactions (trade in foreign currency assets in cash),” the report reads.
FK Liberti Finans, Ltd. became the 64th market participant to get a license to transfer funds in national currency without opening accounts, whereas Obminochka, Ltd. became the 34th player in the foreign exchange market licensed to carry out foreign exchange transactions.